Kareena And Karisma Kapoor Bonding Over Coffee Is Every Sibling Duo Ever


The relationship of a sibling is quite unique and different from any other. Your siblings have seen you grow and become who you are today, making this bond extremely special. The festival of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated recently to celebrate this unique bond, but Kareena and Karisma Kapoor’s celebrations lasted even beyond the festival. The sister duo spent some quality time together recently with some delicious coffee by their side. In an Instagram story posted by Karisma Kapoor, we can see their hands clinking together two mugs of coffee. Take a look:


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Garden Plate: Get back to the basics with farm stand food recipes


September traditionally brings us the usual “back to school” doldrums, but for the Garden State, our season of fresh fun is still going strong. Farm stands continue to brim with an abundance of options at the tail end of summer. The recipes are ripe with best of nature’s offerings in New Jersey.

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Jersey is the proud parent of the tomato, zucchini and homegrown eggplant. Put these together with a few other ingredients, and you have got yourself an easy, end-of-summer supper. The best part is that it can be assembled and roasted in minutes.


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Candy v kale: healthy food comes to US corner stores in fight against ‘retail redlining’ | Food poverty


When Samantha Pounder and Hannah Choi imagine the shelves of a corner store, they see fresh aloe and kale instead of the usual sugary, shrink-wrapped confections and salty snacks.

It’s a vision that will soon become a reality when the pair open Muki’s Market in Washington DC, one of the newest additions to a growing movement to supply big city food deserts with healthy corner stores.

“The reality is there’s a need for more fresh food options,” says Pounder, food access director of Arcadia, a local non-profit. “When there are no grocery stores within walking distance or even a

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Meat counter prices rising to ‘spook zone’ levels: food expert – Winnipeg


As barbecue season simmers down, the cost of meat is still rising across Canada, even as year-to-year demand wanes.

Several culprits are pushing the upward-trending price tags, food distribution professor Sylvain Charlebois told Global News on Friday.

“We’re slowly reaching the spook zone at the meat counter,” said Charlebois, who also serves as the director of Dalhousie University’s Agri-Food Analytics Lab.

“In fact, we’re starting to see numbers that suggest that Canadians are absolutely walking away from the meat counter,” he said.

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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Monday, September 6


Hello, all!

At the top today is defender Kerys Harrop.

Ramble of the Day

Unabashed time-wasting is just one subsection of shthousery, but one we see infrequently at a high level. We tend to get stuck with the basic, somewhat annoying version of it. True commitment to the art of unabased time-wasting is rare, after all, making it even rarer for us to find such a shining example of it. When we do, though, we must treasure it.

That’s your cue, Henry Kessler.

I did not watch this match, but I did check out the replay to confirm what I’d

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